REDUCE THE PLASTIC IN YOUR HOME WITHOUT SPENDING A TON OF TIME SHOPPING AROUND FOR ALTERNATIVES
What could you achieve in just 10 days..?
I created The Plastic Free (ish) Home Crash Course
to solve those exact problems.
The Plastic-Free (ish) Home Crash Course
gets you taking ACTION!
Join me and the other crashers(?!) as we tackle your house room by room:
If you've ever wanted to take action on plastics but somehow just not got started, this is for you!
Unleash your inner superhero and TAKE ACTION on the plastic in your home!
The Plastic-Free (ish) Home Crash Course!
Why Plastic Free (ish)?
I don't know about you, but the idea of a plastic free life feels a looooong way off. Everywhere I look I see plastic, and my kids seem to have some kind of magnetic attraction for the stuff.
If it was just me on my own, I reckon I could be pretty draconian, and maybe even fit my plastic waste into an Instagram-worthy mason jar. But it's not. I have a busy family life, and make a whole host of compromises every single day.
That's the reality for most of us.
And I don't want to the ideal, the perfection, of 'plastic free' to put anyone off starting.
This guide, my philosophy, is all about starting from where you are, and taking one step at a time.
What do I actually get?
What if I don't have time?
All it takes is just 10 minutes a day, Monday-Friday for 2 weeks.
Tough love time here - I can't do the work for you, but if you really want to make a difference to our plastic-clogged planet this is as easy as it's going to be!
What happens at the end?
You will feel the happy glow of having made a difference, made some new plastic-free(ish) buddies and be fired up to carry on taking action!
You will get lifetime access to the hub of resources, and you will have created your very own Plastic-free(ish) Plan to keep working through and making one more change, and then another, as well as access to the Plastic-free(ish) alumni Facebook group to keep you on track 🙂
I wanted to get support for plastic reduction, as well as ideas for non plastic alternative products, such as deodorants, etc.
My changes have been switching to more environmentally friendly products such as Ecover, and I’m in the process of changing to Eco eggs and doorstep milk delivery and I’m replacing my toothbrush with a bamboo one. Also, I’ve been making my own fave (occasional) foodie buys, such as M&S pasta and chicken and chicken arrabiata.
The emails are really good in informing me of the effects of plastic on the environment, and the articles are inspiring too.
PS I'm changing from plastic bottles of sauces, etc, to glass, surprisingly they're often cheaper!
I kept meaning to do something about my plastic use and I hoped that this would inspire me (it did!)
I’ve just done my first order of Who Gives a Crap loo roll (I even managed to get my colleagues to join in so it’s a bulk order).
We’ve re-started a weekly veg box order to avoid plastic wrapped fruit and veg from the supermarket and I've started making homemade hummus to avoid plastic tubs
The daily emails have encouraged me to stay on track and also given me a great resource to use when I want/need to buy plastic free alternatives.